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THE WEATHER FOREC4
Partly cloudy and somewhat warflrcr (o-day,
probably showers; probably faifrYo-morj-ow.
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VOL. LXXXI.-NO. 327.
NEW YORK, FRIDAY, JULY 24, 1914. Copgrlght, 1914, 01 fft Sim Printing and PubUtMnp Anoclatton.
PRICE TfO CENTS.
AT OWN REQUEST
Tioiilont Withdraws Xonri
nalioii of Cliieagoan for
WHIN'S FIKST DEFEAT
(. Calls the Treatment, of
I fur vest or Director Gross
PKK1UCTS Whh TIKDRKSS
?rnn(ors nerd and Hitchcock
RrluiliPd ns Traitors to Dnm
UirvnT(W, July S3. The hitter
frht In the Pi nat ag.ilnt the. conflrma
fen nf Thomas D. Jones of Chicago for
the Federal Heserve Hoard ended to-day
m-hen h Preldent withdrew the nomina
tion. Mr. WIIon took this action at the
request of Mr. Jones, who said that he
tm no longer willing to embarrass tho
j Prtsldert and to Indict a possible Injury
vi the Democratic party.
While the, President and Mr. Jones
loth itsstime In the correspondence which
rs m.vl publlo that there was still a
likelihood of victory for tho Administra
tion, It was apparent that President Wll
ion s beaten on this Issue.
T P-esnlenf through to-day's drvel
epmert has tn fact suffered his first
rlous rebuff at the hands of the Senate.
T". defeit l all the more marked bo
o'j of the President's appeal for the
eonflrmit'on nf Mr. Jones on personal
rrour.d- ss his warm friend.
Calls Treatment t'njnst.
Th President In his letter accepting
M' Jones's withdrawal comes to the
iffrn e of the Han-ester company dlrcc
"r In the "trnngest posbln way. He
- ir i -ter'r.e s the trr.ilment accorded him
i v cr'nln members of the Senate s
fox and manifest 1njiit!ce" nml nt
trtbul. s the attack upon Mr. Jones to
1'irtl'iiti alignment and action.
P'tsMent Wilson refuses to concede
' t ttie re port of the Senate Committee
.n H.i Mug mid Currency against .Mr.
nn rrn'e-entcd the views of a majority
f M e Sen ip
T Prrient goes out of his wnv In
rife- Wtterlv to Senators Hitchcock and
He'd, the two Democrats who have led '
He flcht against Mr. Jones. Ho de- ,
eribr. them as two Senators who have
"iuuiIIv acted" with the Republicans. !
He rrcllcts that the country will re- .
drew tlm tiijustloo dime to .Mr. Jones,
thereby meaning apparently that Sena
tor Iteri nnd Hitchcock will bo marked
f,or pallticil slaughter.
Iiemocr.iti n the, Senate were Inclined
M first tn rejoice ner the -nllhdruwal of
.Mr Jones, because) they belloved It
f '-.1 awnv nn embarrassing situation.
, " "Ien they heard of the
'it.rne,, ,n the President's letter and (
inrush ai .senators Hitchcock and ,
... .minis iiii'ir iieaus sail v
Thev had hoped th.it tho withdrawal of
In Chlcatroan would open the way for
i" cJiMrmatlnn of Paul M. Warburg.
'J' they (xpiess the fear now that tho
''fsWent's course may still further com
I' t matters and renult In Intenslfy
' ths tight against tho Now York
Letter of Wlthdrnrrnl.
Hr thn letter WTltten hv Mr. .Tone.
I" th. PresMrnt withdrawing from the 1
Mr Vrn Mr. I'iiksiubnt : I have
Hi. .. i rt dellniti. conlctloi that It
" ihiM tu ask you to withdraw
in n .
I' fl r ;
iwi.ition as a member of th"
Kin-ivo Undid. You are
'tu I w.i.'i In no sctiKn wh.it-
' iippMcint for th" olllce. It
" wti Hi,, gravest reluctance, that
1 b i, t, n-i-ept tho honorable but
Hinti ns of thnt otllco In case
" ' - ,it on were wilt to the Sen
'. , .intlrinul by It.
I iM not tlun anticipate H protract
"In I bitter cniiii-st. At the Invitation
" '! I'oiiiniitieti on Hanking and
lurr, rim willingly appeared before
I to hi nver any ninstlnti.s which they
' s it di-slrn to nsk of me, nnd 1 en
.i'fin 1 to answer with entire, frank-
'- ll'l III,. (illeKtlons tliat w,.n liskfsl
Ksiiinony wax inudo pulillc ut
1 for me to surmise motived
" np.ain nf reMiiltp. That my
'" 'i .Hid th i-niitioverBy that
ii over it In the Cnmnt'.tteo
"g hihI I'lini'iicy Is 'ilinily
t i, i
y h ,
'' ' iu your Administration
'I'l-niig Injury tn thn party
H 1 "I nu arc the lender Is loo
' iiilmlt nf any doubt,
I view of the character of
' Port in.iiln by tho majority of
' "ii in ttc on Dunking and Cur
u majority i'iiiiihikiiI of six
ui " ins and two Demoi'ials-
1 - ' it based mi illHliiitliin of
1 ' "1 peniTHlnn of truth -I fe-l
' -il that such npiposltlou has
neil to tlm lonili niatiou of my
Uni'M mill Hiii'h ciltU-lKin has
" i-le of my nomination thut
' the noiiilniitlon were ron
l the Sfiiatn my n-M-fulness
I. inli. r of the Federal He-
I,, . ,
iio.inl would be seriously lm-
m rot willing longer to remain
"I i of i nibariiiHMineut to you
' ''ui' Silmliilstintlon. and III
nf i'ie considerations above
i I tmw nsk that villi withdraw
' one fiom consideration,
Thomas D, Jones.
Mr. .Inne's Personal Letter,
letter was Mr. Jones's for-
ii in. but he also wrote a per
' tn I'ie p esulent, nml Mr
out a part of it us follows
I emnnt h i the lustier go with-
Continue! on fifth rago
LIGHTNINO KILLS MILITIAMAN.
.Vrwnrk Giinntsmitn Victim t Sea
filrt I'lirnmitnirnf I'nnr Mnnnrd.
Camp Kikuirr, Ska Girt, N, J July 23.
As tho rcKUlt of a terrific electrical
storm, accompanied by a seventy mile
Rale, one soldier Is dead nnd four are In
the encampment hospital to-night.
Albert II. Oral, a musician In Company
A of the First Heglurnt of Newark, wa
hilled when a bolt struck tlio tent under
willed hn was taking shelter from the rain.
The Injured arc: Charles Tranter, Com
pany A, Newark, stunned, condition scrl
ous; Lewis Weiss, Company I, Newark,
stunned ; John Dcrlng, Company K,
Newalk, stunned! Anthony Wunsch, Pat
erson, paralyzed, perhaps permanently.
CralK was a member of the detail left
In camp to guard the effects of the first
JtCKlment, while the remainder of the
troops were In the country on a tactical
lilko. With a number of fellow guards
men he was sheltering himself from tho
rain when a bolt of lightning struck the
PRESIDENT MAY SPEAK HERE.
Mrrrhnnts .Issnrlntlnn Incites lllni
tn Talk on lluslncss.
WASHtNOTON, July 23. President Wil
son may deliver a speech before lohK be
fore the Merchants Association of New
York. Abram I. Elkus and a committee
representing the association, who called
at tho White House to Invite Mr. Wilson
to speak at their annual dinner, told
him thnt ho could not find anywhere an
opportunity to reach, a larger number of
Important business men If there wasrome
thing ho wanted to say tq business men.
They asked that tho President tnka
their Invitation under consideration, and
said they would hold the dinner at any
date between now and fall at which the
President might find It convenient to come.
At the White House the belief was that
the President would accept the Invita
tion. IF NOT A KINO, A LOAFER.
So Snya Krlr llnrillc In VIpIimi On-
lmiKlit on Monnrcli,
Spnlal Cable Dttixxtch tn Tur. Prv
T.onpon, July "i. Kelr Hurdle, tho
Soclallstlo labor le.uler, contributes to the
Liibaur I.cadrr a characteristic onshiught
on King tleorge In connection with the
Irish conference now being held at Buck
Ingham Palace. He hccum-k tho King of
attempting to destroy the House of Com
mons and the constitution and of creating
the most serious constitutional crisis
ulnce the days of tho Stuarts. The ac
tion of the King, Mr. Hurdle says, had
no other object than to iild his Tory
friends. The article continues :
"The King Is not a statesman. He Is
not the pleasure loving scapegrace that
his father was, but like his father he Is
ilestlluto of even ordinary ability. If hn
had been born In thn ranks of the work
ing class his most likely fate would have
been nit of a street corner loafer."
It may ho recalled that Kelr Hardle
us a member of Parliament la under an
until of allrglHtice to the King.
LONG HIKE FOR CADETS.
I 'I rat
.Mnilr- hy Cnttrr West
Corps In l-'iinr Yrnrn,
Nkwiiuhuh, N. Y July 13. The entlr
Icon's of cadets at West Point will go on
a lilko across country, starting on August
i 10 and ending on August 13. Tills will
,b the first long hike of the corps since
1910. They will march to the Pneksklll
i State camp on Monday, to Uik Muhojrac
on Tuesday, to Am a walk resenolr on
(laVi , oscawanti I-ake on Friday nnd on
Saturday wlu rcturn to the post. About
,, ,niRt.,i nil.n and 225 horses and
muI,s u.m , on 11m trp,
The first class of cadet will leave) Wost
Point on August Hi for their annual visit
to Fort O. H. Wright. They will have a
week's practice with tho big guns and In
mine planting. Tho trip will b mado on
thn mine planter tienoral Samuel M. Mills.
PHYSICIANS DENOUNCE WILSON.
Attnck Prrslftvnt'n Action In Cnrn
itntlnir r. Krinp'a Sentence.
Washington, July 23. The Wnshlng-
,on Medical Society, an organization nf.
minted with the American Mcillcal So-
i clety ami comprising praciicauy an mo
physicians and surgeons of the national
winltal. held a special meeting to-night,
at which it resolution was offered criticis
ing President Wilson for commuting tha
si ntiiii-e of Dr. Thonms J. Kemp, son-in-
law of Senator Fletcher of Florida, a
I Democratic leader, who was convicted
lecently of misuse of the malls by sending
Information as to where. Illegal operations
1 might be performed,
: Tho meeting was the largest In the so
ciety's history. Tho -participants were
pledged to secrecy, but It became, known
that a resolution attacking tlw President's
I action and recommending tho revocation
1 of Dr. Kemp's license was offered. The
. meeting to-night was called solely on ac
count of Prewldent Wilson's artlon on Dr.
Dr. Kemp, w-ho practised In Washing
ton, was sentenced to two yeara In prison
and fined ffiOO In the Supreme Court of
the District of Columbia. President wit-
son nft'r the Court of Appeals and thn
United States Supremn Court had sus-
tulned thn conviction, commuted Ills sen-
tence to the payment of the flne.
AUTO SMASH HAS FATAL END.
I'lltrnril O'Cnnnrll, Wh Mnehlne
Mr I Prince PlminlPllPs, llles,
MlNrot.A 1. I.. July 23. Cd ward I I toss at tho patsonagn or tnn .Mcthoiitst
n'Coiinell or H'i.HI Sixty-lift street. Ilrook- 'Church In Port Chester on Juno 23 last,
lyti', died In the N.ifsau Hospital this 1 Mr. Foster Is well known In political
afternoon as fhn result of Injuries ri-cchcd (circles, having been the Ttcpnhlleun cnndl
laht Friday evening when his automolillo date for Assemblyman of the Second As
and ono drlvrn by Prtnce l.udovlc Pig- I pembly district of Westchester county last
natelll d'Arngon wero In collision on tho I full.
Merrick toiul near Heiimore,
Two of Mr. O't'onnell's rils wero
broken and hn suffered Internal Injuries,
Five of the Prince's ribs wero broken.
He la spending tho summer In Merrick,
G. W. PERKINS, JR., JOURNALIST.
linn Ilccn One rnr n WvvU nml May
lie for Another Seien Hays,
(leorge W, Perkins, Jr., Is a newspaper
man. Ho has been on an evening pajwr
for a week and expects that perhaps In
another week ho will ha.o Mcn enough of
the high mints In tlm profession to servo
him In good stead when h goes back to
PrlncMoii to finish Ills course there.
I In told his city editor yestoiday that ho
Just wanted lo see a few thlnga and that
probably In another w,fk lie would have
done It. Mr. I'crMna hlmsolf would not
SERYIA GETS SHARP
Mnst Answer fit -l-ft Honrs lie
M'ling Her Part in Arch
T 1100 PS HEADY TO MC)VK
Ultimatum Is Approved
.Means of Slatnpinc: Oul
Special Cable Detpoteh to Tur. Srs
IlRLnRAnic, July 23. Austria has sent a
sharp ultimatum to Scrvla In regard to
certain event leading up Jo the nssarslna
tlon of Archduko Krancla Ferdinand and
his wife, the t)uches of ltohenberg, and
demands an answer In forty-e'ght hours.
Tho note which was presented by the Aus
trian Minister this evening, declared that
events of recent years, particularly the as
sassinations at Sarajevo on Juno 2R, have
ehown a subversive movement In Servla
for tho purpose of detaching part of Austria-Hungary.
The note saya that the
mowmeiit originated under the eyes of tho
Servian (lovi-rnment and led to various
acts of terrorism. Servla did not attempt
to repress the movement. It nllowed the
criminal machination- of various societies,
tolerated unrestrained language In the
newspapers, allowed ollleials to share. In
the subversive agitation nnd otherwise
pcrmltte! tho Incitement of Uio Servian
Imputation against Austria.
The note declares that "this culpable
toleranm of the Servian Government had
not cencd at the moment when the evonts
of June 28 proved Ita fatal con.en,ucnces
to tho whole world."
Tho noto asserts that the d positions
nnd confessions of tho porpetratora of tha
erlmo of Sarajevo show that the a.isiusl.
nations were hutched at Unlgrade. The
nrms nnd explosives with which they were
provided were given to them hy Servian
olllcers and functionaries and the taysigo
of the assassins Into Ilosnt.i waa organ
ized and effected by the frontier service.
Th-- noto continues:
"The abnvo mentioned results of Investi
gations will not allow Au-ttrla-Hungary
to pursue nny longer the attitude of ex
pectant forbearance which haa been main
tained for J ears In the face of the
machinations hatched at llelgrade ami
thence propagated In the territories of
"These results Impose on tho monarchy
the duty of putting an end to the In
trigues which are a perpetual menace
to tho tranquillity of tho monarchy. To
achieve this end Austria-Hungary Is com
pelled to demand of Servla a formal aj-
Mirance that It condemns this dangerous
propaganda and will no longer permit
these machinations and this criminal per.
rA'A: WAR INEVITABLE.
liermnny nml llnt- nld tn Support
fpcinl Cable lepnte'i tn Tur. Scv
Viknna. July 23. The ultimatum sent
by Austria-Hungary to Sen-la Is gener
ally approved here. It Is said that Ger
many nnd Italy support the action of
Austria, which many pcnpl. think maken
It Is reported that eeven army corps
have been warned to ho In readiness and
several river warships have gone to
Semlln. opposite HelgTade, The mobiliza
tion of the Austrian army will begin If
Servla does not comply with the demands
by t P. M. on Saturday.
King I-'erdlnarrt of Bulgaria has can
celled his promised attendance, at thn
musloal festival at H&yreuth on the
ground that the political situation ren
ders It Impossible for him to leave his
CAN'T PRINT MILITARY NEWS.
Vienna I'npers ITntlrr linn flopnrt
nf t'lttiimtnin to Servla,
Vienna. July 2.1. -The (iovcrnme.nt is
sued an older to-ilay forbidding the pub
lication of military news In tho uowspa
pern. At Prague a number of papers
have been contlsc.ited for printing news
of military preparations and movemintH.
For tho past few days tlvn papers In
Vienna ha been freely dlscusMlng tho
prosper-ts of war with Servla, some of
tlm publications: taking the view that It
Is suro to come. There Is a rrort that
thn (lovemment bus sent a noto couched
III tho strongest of language to tho Sor
vlan novernment demanding satisfactory
assurances within two days reganllng tho
POLITICIAN SECRETLY WEDS.
I'rnnU M. Foster nf Mnnnt Vernon
n,.,.nme llrlilc K'rnnm n .Month Ao.
New Ilo.-ltHU.n. N. V. July 23.Jt be-
came known to-day that Frank M. Foster
1 of 150 Dunham avenue. Mount Wrnon.
i vice-president of the Westchester Iteport-
lug Company, and Miss Annubell Morrl-
'son Hell of Palmen avenue, Ilmuxvllle,
j tnarrUd by the Hov. Charles II.
EGG INSPECTORS ON STRIKE.
Ilnsliipss tueiit (ill ps a llrenKfnnt
'full I e Warning; lit All.
Thn llgg Inspectors Union Is on a
strike, nnd take It from Huslness Agent
Slgniiind V.elkel tho city's breakfiiHt tabto
la going to be xhort Just about 3,iri0,00n
candled eggs dally If thn strikers don't
get what they want.
Competent 1 gg randlers, you see, arn
born, not made, so Slgmund says, who
advises the public to go slow on the eggs
while thn strike In on,
This Is the tlrst strllin of the egg In-
' .hnflnrii In eloicti veiti-H and of course
they sympathlzo with tho public almost
as much, as they want a wage scale of
120 a week Itn sympathy with a warn
ing, however, so you had bolter cut out
ofjgn for a while or prepare for the worsl
COLOMBIAN TREATY SET ASIDE.
Will Xat lip Considered liy Senate
Ml This Hessian,
WARttlNoTON, July 23. Evidence, of
the Intention of the Senate leaders to
make the earliest possible getaway after
thn passage of the trust bills was seen
to-day when several of the Senate com
mittees made It known that matters
pending beforo them cannot be consid
ered further at this time. For Inntance,
Col. Roosevelt probably will not be ac
corded any hearing In tho Senate For
eign Relations Committee on the Colom
bian treaty at this session. It was said
to-day that the committee would not be
j able to hold further hearings.
This means that the Senate leaders
have decided to put aside for this ses
sion the Wllson-Hryaa treaty with
Colombia carrying tho payment of $25,
000,000 and an apology.
From the present outlook the Nlca
raguan treaty also will go by the board
for tho present session.
It was said to-day explicitly by lead
ers on the Foreign Relations Commlt
tre that Mr. llryan's peace treaty also
will not be taken up seriously at this ses
sion. CONSTANCE BIDDLE BADLY HURT
Plillnilelpliln Olrl Thrown From
llnrse nt .Nnrrimnmrtt Pier.
Narbaoansett Pikr, July 23. Miss
Constance E. Middle, daughter of Mr.
Cieorge Illddte of Philadelphia, was riding
near here this afternoon when her horjo
took fright and swerved quickly, throwing
her. Miss Illddlo received several serious
fractures, among them a broken rib.
Dr. Joseph ICldy of Philadelphia, who
la attending Miss Piddle, said to-night
that his patient was resting comfortably,
but that tho outcome cannot be told for
nnother twenty-four hours. She, however,
will probably recover.
The Injured girl, who Is the sister of
Miss Ceorglna Piddle and Miss Alice Pid
dle, recently returned hero from Har Har
bor. PANAMA CANAL OPEN
FOR COMMERCE AUG. 15
All Hlirps Needing Not More
Than Thirty Feet, of Water
.May Tass Through.
Washinoton, July 23. Th" Panama
Canal will be opened for commerce to all
ships needing not more than thirty feet
of water on and after August 15. This
announcement wis made by Secretary
Harrison this afternoon. A majority of
the merchant vessels that will us the
canal do not draw mora than thirty
On that day Onv. Ooethats will in
augurate the opening of tho canal to
regular commercial service by sending
through thn entire length of the canal
onn of thn ships of thn Panama Ilallmnd
Company, which Is owned by the United
There will be no ceremonies incident
to this opening. Newspaper repreenta
tlves will lm permitted to bo aboard tho
first vesel passing through and a, list
of invited guests will be announced later.
The official opening of thn canal will
take placn In March. 1916. Thn opening
of thn waterway to commercial service
on August 15 will In no w-ay Interfere
with thn arrangements for thn formal
WOMAN BEATS AVIATION ItECOBD
Mly Irrtnp Files 70 Mlle Orer
Water In OO Mlnntrs.
CLrvr.t.ANO, July 23. lAy Irvine made
a seventy mile flight In a hydroplane to
day from Cedar Point to Kuclld Peach In
f.0 minutes, breaking the record for this
trip mado by Olenn Curtles and malting
thn longes: overwntor flight ever made by
Miss Irvine started her hydroplane flight
nt 2:12 P. M-, gliding from the bench and
mounting In a spiral, Then she headed
her craft directly for Cleveland. Sho
landed at the beach at 3:12 P. M.. She
waH accompanied lry n mechanician,
A strong west wind helped Miss Irvlno
to make her trip In remarkably fast time.
Olenn Curtlss made the same trip In 1010
In TO minutes.
ENGLAND PLANS BIG AIR FLEET.
All Narr Waterplnneti In Fntnre to
llspeeil 400 Jlnrse-Power.
Specinl Cable VetpUch to Tus Set.
I.ONPON, July 23. While It was In
tended at first that the transatlantic flier
America should bn prjulpped with two 100
horse-power engines and now that nn ad
ditional 100 horse-power engine has been
added. It Is Interesting to learn that tho
Ilrltlsh Admiralty demands far morn than
300 horse-power for a hydroplane.
A famouso airman and uIho an aero
plane builder had a long conference nt the
Admiralty this week, where ho was
frankly told thai the PTltlsh Navy De
partment would not consider nny water
piano In future orders whose engines did
not exceed 100 horm-Kiwer. Tills Is be
lieved lu aeronautical elides to Indicate
that thn Admiralty Is aliout to begin thn
construction of n fleet or cruisers,
Htroyera and dreadnoughts of the air.
BRYAN AGAIN ON THE ROAD.
Saturday riinntniinnn Lectures 'o
l.unaer Mittlclent for Secretary.
AVasiiiwjto.m, July 23. Kind I m? thnt
the Haturday half Imllday In the State De.
partment Is Inadequate for tho pressing
demanda of the Chautauqua circuit, See
retnry llryan has been obliged to mako
Inroads on other days to make the round
of his speaking engagements.
This afternoon Mr, llryan was heard
In MechanlcHVlIle, I'n., while yesterday he
whs heard at another Pennsylvania town,
toiicliln-i baso at Washington during the
nlvht and spending the nornmg tmelvlng
the illplnmuts at the Ktnte Department.
It Is dllllcult to keep up with Mr rtryan's
M'hi-dulo now, as he no longer announces
his departures nor leaves word a to
where, he La to jet "half the rate,"
GIRL'S FATHER KILLS
Sent hy Both Mothers, Youth Is
Shot in Havcrstraw Town
DETAILS A HE WITHHELD
Witnesses and Officials Silent,
hut, William V. Cleary
Is Locked Up.
Havi-.r'tsaw, N. T July 23. A clean
cut young fellow, Ilu-jene H. Newman,
walked Into the office of William V.
Cleary, Town Clerk, at the Town Hall
this nfternoon to make known his secret
marrlngo to Mr. deary's daughter, Anna,
last Saturday. Thirty minutes later he
was carried out of tho omen with four bul
let wounds In his body, oend.
Little or nothing could be learned about
the manner of tho shooting. There were
three witnesses, men who had been In tho
office when the young man entered. They
wcrn County Supervisor Joslah Felter,
Hernard Fox nnd John Selbotd, alt friends
It was fifteen minutes after the office
door had closed behind Newman that the
first of the four shots waa heard. The
three others followed In quick suocesilon.
Tiicru was no forewarning sound of a
scuttle, no hlrti words-nothlng In fact
to Indicate that trouble was brewing.
All Wltnpssp Sllrnl.
All threo witnesses declined to say a
word about tho shooting. Kven Coroner
Iconnrd at a late hour to-night could
give no particulars and said ho didn't
know what had happened.
The District Attorney, Mr. (lagan, took
tho snmo nttltude. The Sheriff. Larry
Scrven, declined oven to say If he knew
anything about tho ijffalr or not.
A moment after tho shooting the town
hall was In an uproar. Policeman Sheri
dan, who had been sitting Just outsldn
of deary's office, dashed In. Others
started to follow, but thn door was
quickly shut and locked.
Later Cleary, who has been (Hn clerk
for fout teen years, came forth with his
threo friends nnd Policeman Sheridan.
They got Into a motor nnd drove to th
1 county Jail at New City. Hut there had
been no commitment papers mado out
for Cleary's detention, so the party drove
hack and called on Michael McCain, editor
of tho Jforfcldiiil County Times and nn
acting police Justice. Hn executed the
papers and Cleary was taken back to the
county Jail and locked up.
NTTept hearts for Vrnrs.
Newman and Anna Cleary, both 13
years old, had been sivcethiarUs from their
tjrst meeting six years aso. It was an
established thing In tho village that
Kugene was to mary Anna. Ilia parents
didn't object. Cleary himself never
showed any very bitter opposition to the
march, but ho did not look upon It with
Last Saturday they ran away to Union
Hill, N. J., nnd persuaded tho I!ov. Mr,
Ielght, a Haptlst minister there, to per
form tho ccrcnionj. They oame back the
samo day. Anna went to her father's
apartment In the Graylcnc, at 610 West
U2d street. New York. i:ugcne went to
the homo o; his father, Krvd Nowmun,
one of tho proprietors of tho Hockland
county Messenger at Havcrstraw.
Then tho young couple became uneasy
about tlm secrecy of their marriage. Ku
gene went to New York and saw his
mother, who IIvcb In tho Netherland Court,
at St. Nicholas avenuo nnd lCSth street.
She advised that they make nn open con
fession. Tliry Mepldr to Confess.
Then Anna told her mother, and Mrs.
Cleary recommended tho samo course.
The bride and bridegroom had a long talk
with Mrs. Cleary yesterday and It was
decided thnt Mr. Cloary should bo told
as soon as possible,
Bugcno was at his mother's homo In
New York this morning when Mrn. Cleary
telephoned and advlaed him to call on Mr.
Cleary this afternoon. It wan ngreed that
Anna should not neenmpany him. lloth
tlm mothers thought this tho bout coursn.
After ho arrived at Haverstraw young
Newman called on his rrniidniother, Mrs.
James Kontiedy, ami broke tlm news to
her. Hn waa tn lino spirits but a little
apprehensive about tho reception hn might
get nt thn Town Hall, it wan, perhaps, u
common enough pride, that mado him
draw tho marrlngo certificate from his
pocket and show It to his grandmother.
'I'm going to show him tills." said the
youth. "Hn can't bo very angry. I'm
And then he rtarW out on the mis.
alou which resulted In his death.
CAPE RACE TO TALK 500 MILES.!
Iludlns of Wireless rllntlnn There tn
Ottawa, July 23. The Dominion Gov
ernment Is erecting a new wireless sta
tion nt Capo llaoe which will nrnctl-
cully double the present rnillua of the
station and make Capo Itaee thn first
point of land communication for all ves.
sets sailing from or to North American
Tha new equipment will have a radius
nf at least BOO miles, lilslead of i.m
present normal if nlmut 2S0 miles. Hvcn
with tho comparatively limited radius of
tho present station news nf most of tho
Atlantlo wrecks In now picked up by tho
Government operators at Capo Ituco, The
new- towers will be ready for opcratlnn
HAND LESS MAN HELD AS FORGER,
Aecileil of Munlnu Mnlher'e. A nine.
Willi I'en In Ills Teeth.
Ti:iihh llAt'Tr, lnd., July M. Albert
McQulglln, aged 3.', was arrested to-day
anu cuurg-iii wiiu lorging t-necas, although
hn has no hands. Monover. he has been
under arrest before for forging checks and
doing It ho well hn was ahlo to pass them.
Ho do, h tho wilting with his teeth.
It Is am mother's name tint he forges,
nnd he Is so adept that only experta can
detect tho mlHo signature.
When arrested some tlmo ago the
mother miiilo good tho amount the son
obtained anil hn was not prosecuted, Ho
I wan bound over to tin Circuit Court
day. .. .
SUIT TO DISSOLVE NEW HAVEN
BEGUN IN FEDERAL COURT HERE;
OUTSIDE SETTLEMENT IS HINTED
NEW HAVEN HOLDINGS ARE
SUMMARIZED IN THE COMPLAINT
rTHE bill gives the following summary of present conditions as to New Haven
As a result of the unlawful acts, In the ways specified, or by similar un
lawful methods, the New Haven company heretofore acquired and now
Railroad lines having about 6,541 miles of main tine out of the total of
about 8,233 miles of such line in New England, or about 80 per cent, of the
mileage and about 93 per cent, of tho traffic, unless, as claimed by It, the
contract relating to the Boston and Albany Railroad Jias been cancelled, in
which case it controls about 6,149 miles, or 75 per cent, of the mileage and
83 per cent, of the traffic.
Of the ten originally competing systems of New England it controts eight,
if not a ninth (the Boston and Albany). Of tho 1,692 miles of railroad in New
England (exclusive of the Boston and Albany) not controlled by it, 1,381 miles
are not substantially competitive with those of the New Haven company
Trolley lines having about 1,500 miles of main line out of about 1,653
miles of such line, or 91 per cent, of the mileage and traffic, within that portion
of New England south of the Boston and Albany Railroad and west of a line
from Fitchburg, Mass., to Providence, R. I., including all the lines between
that territory and New York city.
Steamboat lines doing 90 per cent, of the water transportation to, from
and among the New England States, unless, as claimed by it, it has disposed
of its interest in the Merchants and Miners Transportation Company, in
which case It controls 85 per cent, of such transportation.
I'liin J I us lo Do AVith Ti'ocoduro by Mussuclnisetts Lciris
laluvc Chunking Attitude of oad's Directors
Government Makes Three New Demands.
(MMlNAr ACTIONS ARE
Tho Government action to dissolve
tho New Haven railroad as a combina
tion In restraint of trnilo wan filed yes
terday In thn United States District
Court for Southern New York hy T. W.
Gregory, who represents Attorncy-Ocn-crnl
MclleynoUis nnd will appear for him
In spite of Mr. Gregory's aotlon tho
opinion was ventured last night that
the door to nn agreement between tho
management of thn road nnd thn Gov
ernment had not been closed and nhnt
a new proposal Is likely to be made
ivhlcli may obvlnto thn need of a trial
of tho Issue.
The plan, while not made known In
detail, It Is understood, haa to do with
possible procedure by tho Massachusetts
Legislature which would rcmovo tho
rcattou for tho Now Ilnvcn directora'
stand, at their Inst meeting, which
caused thn precipitate action of itlio
United States Government.
Tho bill In equity discloses tho con
cessions tho Department of Justice wan
willing to inako to effect a voluntary
dissolution. It shows that tho Govern
ment believes thu New Haven started
to monopolize New Kngland transporta
tion more than twenty years ugo, citing
n meeting held In 1893 at tho home of
tho late J, P. Morgan III this city us
thn beginning of tho nllcgcd attempt
to bring all tho railroads, steamship lines
nnd trolley companies In tho section
Into ono system.
Demnntls nf tlm (Ifivernment.
Tho three demands which tho bill of
equity contnlns, but which wero left
out of the voluntnry dlasolutlon agree
1 Tha salo of tho Rutland Itallrond.
2 Tho salo of tho Now Knglnnd Hall-
road Company, which competed with
it ho Now Haven on practically cnual
terms when It was acquired In 18D5.
3 Tho salo of tho Sound steamship
Coincident -with tho llllng of the stilt
Mr. Gregory announced that criminal
action against certain New Haven di
rectors would bo tnlten an soon as pos-
alblo tn Now Voile city.
The charge ngnltiHt tho New Haven
GOVERNMENT BILL REVIEWS
GROWTH OF NEW HAVEN ROAD
The suit Is In ought against the New
Haven Ilullro.-id Company, tho New Kng
l.md Navigation Company, tho Now Yoik
Central and Hudson lliver Hullnud Com
puny. New ICngl.md ltallroad Company,
Norwich and Westchester ltallroad Com
pany. Boston Terminal Company, lMatiin
HHllro.nl Holding Company, Hoston and
Maine ltallroad, Hiitlimd ltallroad Com
pauy, Merchants and Miners Trnnsportu
llnti Company, Hsstorn Steamship Cor
relation. New York, Westchester and
Ilostnn Itallioad Company, New Knglnnd
Investment and Security Company,
Providence and D.mlelsou llallwuiy Com-
pany, tun I 111011 ami .ew nuv rum
Cniiinanv. (Mil Colony Trust Company,
Hankers Trust Cnm p.iny, nnd the follow
Ing Individuals, directors of thn com
panies mentioned !
William Itncltefeller, Charles V.
nmokcr. Morton K. Plant, John T Pratt,
George K. linker, William Skinner. D. New-
ton Kainev. Hubert W. I aft, James S.
Hlton, JatiKH S. Hemingway, A. Heaton
ItnliertRun, Frederick K, Drowsier, Sumiiel
Ilea, Henry K., Mcl!nrK, T Do Witt f'liy
ler, .Inmes I.. Itlcliards, John 1,. lllllurd,
Kdwaid Mllllgan, Francis T. Maxwell,
Howard Klllott, W. .Murray Crane, Arthur
T. Hililley, Jiuires II. Hustls. Kdwln N.
Sanderson, Francis Hlossom, Seaton Por
ter, 11. Hobart Porter, Hlchmond Talbot
awl Wynn Meredith.
Tho complaint recites that about uoo
the New Haven company commenced lo
enter Into and Is now engaged In "various
contracts, comHnatloni and conspiracies
In unlawful restraint of trade and com
merce among the several Stutei nnd with
foreign nations, consisting enpeelull) of
the trunspui tatlon for hire ot passengers
and freisht to, from and among the New
I-Jngland States, hereinafter denominated
interstate nnd foreign truffle"
"Also by Uitse various acta they fthe
LIKELY TO FOLLOW
directors In the criminal action will b
conspiracy to restrain trndo In violation
of tho Sherman nnl,l-itrust net. The
penalty provided In a line not exceeding
$5,000 or Imprisonment for not exceed
ing ono year, or both.
j New Haven stock went up a quarter
or a point on tlm stock Kxclinngo yes
terday after news of tho filing of the
suit reached Wall .Street, showing that
tho action had been discounted. It sold
an high as 53, the low for tho day being
SlU and tho closing prlco u2, a gain
of 1,2 a point over Wednesday's cloae.
Moro than 4,000 shares of the stock
wero dealt In.
The, New Haven hns twenty days in
which to file Its answer, which will b
a general denial. All the New York
directors were out of town yesterday.
President Hustln went to New Haven
early In tho day. Chairman Howard
IClllott Is In Maine on a vacation.
I.nrne tirnup of Ilefemlnnts.
Tho bill nnmca as defendants the New
Haven railroad, sixteen other organiza
tions, Including banks, holding com
panies, rallrond nnd steamship com
panies, nil In tho New Haven system,
and twenty-nine directors, Including
If tlio Government should win lu
suit thn result would bo to dlvnrco the
New Haven from most of Its 33S sub
sidiaries nnd to innko it Itttlo more than
a cojst lino between New York and
It is understood that the Government
will lay especial stress un the agreement
mndo a't Mr. Morgan's home In 1853 be
tween the Now Haven and tlio Huston
and Malno Ilallmnd as tending, to show
the, purposo that has actuated New
Haven directors In building up a trans,
Tho only litigation similar to tho pres
ent one was the Government suit agnlnst
tho Union Pacific and the Southern Pa
cific. Tho suit was llled In Salt lenltu
City on February 2, 190S, and was de
cided In favor of tho Government on
December 2, 1912, four years nml ten
The bill In equity Is signed by I'tittcd
States District Attorney II. Snnwilen
Marshall, but ho will not have nny part
1n thn trial of thn milt, Mr. (Iicyoiy
nnd Krnnlt M. Swnclu-r, his nir,lK iuit,
will linvo charge of that.
Now Haven company, its offlcern and dl
nwtorsl have.' thu complaint cont.uinw,
"unlawfully combined and consplied lo
ninnopollzn nnd have monopolized and ure
nttmnptlng to nnd are now restraining and
innnniMiluins parts of such trade ami
"There acts, contracts, combinations
nnd consplrales were, successive steps in
thn creation of tho monoolcs herein
complained of "
Tho monopolies are sst forth an (a)
tratifportatlon by rnltroadi within th
1 New Knglanil States and tho 11dJ.ne.1t
part of Now York east of thn Hudson
iiivcr m passengers arm ireigiu moving
to and from and among thn Now I'nglu I
States; (h) traiisortalloii by water ot
passengers nnd freight t, from and
among tho New Kngland Stato: (c)
transportation by trolley lines within that
lortlnn of New KnKluiid south nf tho
, Hoston and Albany ltallroad nnd west nf
n Him from Kltchburg to Provldenco and
the adjacent portion of New York Stato
south of a lino from ilrrenw'ch, Conn ,
weit to tlm Hudson lliver, of pun-cincr-i
nnd freight moving to, from and aiimi,
thn New Hngland Statesi dl) all railroad
and trolley and water traiiHMrtatlnn for
"nlrn within thn territory Inst described
of passengers nnd freight, Ac,
After summarizing mo properties which
the Now Haven company heretofore ao
quired and now controls "an a renult of
the unlawful acts, or by similar unlawful
methods," the Government asks:
"Thnt thn contracts, combinations snd
conspiracies In restraint of trndo and
commerce, tnether with attempts lo
monopolize nnd thn monopolies herein be
fore described, bn declared lu violation
of the net of Congress passed July 2.
1!0, and that defendants, their officer",
directors and agents bo enjoined from
further carrylnc out or maintaining thu
1- i.a frit-, iTrg